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Staff: 

Vernal Hansen, ed. 
Johannes Hedrich 
KeeQuon 
Cheryl Kaiser 
Cookie Johnson 
Dave Ferry 
Linda Larson 
Judy Stomsvik 
Mike Hull 
Carol Spaulding 
Rosalyn Johnson 
Adviser, Ron Bowes 



Published by 

The Associated Students of Loma Linda University 

Riverside, California 92505 

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Glimpses of L. L. U. : blended facets of separate lives . . . coming together. 












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The pleasant shock of hot days in January 

or the unity of an earthquake 

and an eclipse. 

The clutter of power lines 

in an ageless scene of mountains 

and empty spaces — 

man's desperate urge to make a mark 

on all that ever touches 

his life. . . . 

Man is a student, 
He sees, 

The seed bursts, 
swollen with life. 

Strong shoot and 
searching rootlet 
He wonders 
Wood or Weed? 

Where is the value 
of his education? 



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In his search 
He discovers 
Part of this seed. 
And he grows . . . 





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If you can be nothing else, be honest; 

and while you are honest, be loving, 

and let that love grow 

until it crowds out 

all that is mean and tarnished 

in your soul. 



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The sky is afire 

A day is dying 

Surrounded by the garbage of a crumbhng 

civihzation 
The children build 
Castles in the sand. 

Sitting back they watch 

The waves wash their dreams into oblivion 

In the beauty of tomorrow 

The children will return. 

And here man finds the value of his 
education — in tomorrow. 





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And in preparing for 

Tomorrow, Man learns 

He needs something 

Greater than himself. 

He finds help in 

knowing that someone. 

So a few come 

apart to pray 

at noon 

or in the mountains 

alone 

to find out. . . 




what man should do. 



"In Christ there is no east or west,' they sang. But cast 
disparaging glances at the girl and her dark companion. 

"The youth will finish the work, ' they said. But behind 
closed doors: " How nauseating this long hair!" 

"We are saved by grace," they said, and added another 
tick in the small black book. 

" Lx)ve God and do what thou wilt, ' they said. And did 
the latter. 

"Get high with God," they said. But came down at the 
sight of the little old lady clutching her hymnal. 

But in the night, 
two or three wrestled 
with convictions and found 
confort in each other. 

With the dawn, one poured out her thanksgiving in 
song. One shared a meal with some one who was lonely. 
Others paused and made the noonday holy with their prayers. 
One spoke the truth though it were easier to keep silent. 
One went without his supper to listen to a friend. 

At even, on the far side 

of the hill: 

the sun's last lingering rays 

touched the carefully-wrapped 

New Testament 

hidden in the crevice. 




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Left and Above: Elder Edwin Zackrison, Week of Prayer speaker in the fall. 




Week of Prayer 



"As he taught he said: 'Listen! A sower went out to sow. And it happened that 
as he sowed, some seed fell along the footpath; . . . Some seed fell on rocky 
ground . . . and some . . . among thistles. Some of the seed fell into good soil, 
where it came up and grew and bore fruit, 

"When he was alone, the Twelve and others who were round him questioned 
him about the parables. He replied. To you the secret of the kingdom of God 
has been given. " 

Mark 4:2-11, New Euijlish Text. 



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As we learn what man should do 
we venture forth . . . 

going as student missionaries 

singing songs of praise 

sharing our faith 

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There can be an assortment of views 

on the faith we Uve by, 

yet we are continually driven to meet 

together in the shadow of the cross. 

To understand the variety and the 

pragmatic organization 

in order to survive, 

creates greater bonds of unity 

than the peaceful acceptance 

of pre-existing harmonies. 



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Left: James Black. Top to Bottom: Student missionaries in prayer; Barbara Blomberg 
with Bible study class in Korea; Tim Pangbom in language lab. 



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to make our education complete 
by using what we've learned. 




Top to Bottom: The Reliance during Week of Prayer; Dan Engeberg preaching in Korea 
with interpreter; The Fellowship in prayer. Right, Top to Bottom: Rabbi Simmons; 
Judy Miller teaching English in Korea. 



For the Survival of Our Nation, a 

Concern for the ecology . . . 




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^stand of indecision. 

.^eddern^an be that voice. Vlake us ne^ 
-;; SiV. ay be that a challenged na. 

■.d'itself from the throes of death, can ii 
fe in the "better America" of which you s 

Sincerely yours, 








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^ Chairman, Department 
Linda University 



Top, Left to Right: Herschel Hughes' letter on ecology to the president; 
John Goldsmith, head of the Cahfomia Department of Heahh's epidemi- 
ology unit, discussing air pollution; President Nixon and Tricia when they 
came to Riverside this year. Right: Evelle Younger, campaigning in HMA 
to become attorney genera! of California. Far Right: Harrison Salisbury, 
assistant managing editor of the New York Times, with Ron Bowes (left) 
public relations man for LLU and also Meteor adviser. Salisbury gave Nixon 
a 'B' grade in foreign pwlicy. 




. . . and politics 




Breakdown 



A together mind integral 

in one peace 

floats too lightly on ethereal plane 

unaware of the jagged rocks 

barely missed. 

Then thought is scraped — pieces 
split and jangle, dangle substracted 
from the whole. 

Fragments form their separate worlds 
fashioned from rocks of their slicing — 
the rock of strict duty, rock of pure vice, 
rock of spiritual idealism. 

Then fragments bang against the others — 
bashing and clanging to gain the greatest chujok 
of the integral process. 

When merciless internal struggle of endless agitation 

reaches moment of supreme tension 

catastrophic flash engages final disunion — 

and a gigantic meteor sent from the far end of the universe 

smashes pieces of new peace. 

— David Veglahn 







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Black History Week; Alex Haley 




Top Left: Gladys Fletcher with Bulletin board during 
black history week. Bottom Left: Progressive senior 
class president Rocky Twyman right behind Alex 
Haley, co-author of the best selling book "The 
Autobiography of Malcolm X" and author of the 
forthcoming book "Before this Anger. 



"Black peocfe in America are like orphans. 
We are haunwd by the question "Who are we? 
Where do vA com^ from?" We all, everyone 
of us, haveyhe sam^ background. We all come 
from AfricJ 

But fnf decade|, more has been known 
about the animals df Africa than her people. . . 
We h^'e been fobbed of our individual 
identijy(and that is). . .hideous. 

If /ou want to iknow about the (sufferings 
ancyjoys) of a people, study in detail the life 
of/ person ... Once we know where we came 
f^^m, we can know who we are, and what has 

ippened to us. And from there we can know 
low to achieve individual identity, then 
pride and equality." 



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"If you know the histor\ of black people, 
you can understand their anger. One 
hundred million people were lost to the 
African continent during all the time of 
slavery. But this is not as hideous as being 
deprived of the knowledge of who we are. 

Let me tell you. You know that (in a tribal 
clan) when a baby is bom, (there is a rituaH 
where the father takes the bab\ in his 
hands, and lifts the baby to his lips and 
whispers into the baby s ear, for the first 
time it is spoken, the name decided for the 
baby, so the baby would be the first person 
to know who he is ... Black truly is 
beautiful." 

—Alex Halev 



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Social 




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Above: St. Valentines Day Massacre car rally 
Right, Top to Bottom: Progressive party; Hallo- 
ween party; Village gets organized. 






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Left: Christmas Banquet at the 
Castaway. Below: Academy stu- 
dents with Robert Osmunson. 
director of Admissions and Re- 
cruitment. 





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Gross Gems Productions 







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In the contemporary world dissonance has become our 
substitute for harmony. Perhaps we might be uneasy in 
order; we exist and thrive in a crashing junkpile of 
impressions to tantaUze us, push us, and entertain us. 



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Services etc. 



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Top to Bottom: Security, "doing their thing"; Physical plant. 
Right, Top to Bottom: Jane Kaspareen, nurse; Richard Banks, 
counsehng center, with Nick Golay; John Clough (left), direc- 
tor of the physical plant, looking over plans with Presidents 
Biebcr and Pierson; How we felt when P.D. Foods was making 
its film 



Homecoming 71 






Opposite Page. Top, Left to Right: Alfred Walters and son; 
During the Saturday night program. "The Impiwsible 
Dream", Performer with friend. Bottom. Left to Right: 
Douglas Welebir, mayor of the city of Loma Linda, ,<peak.< 
on "Man and the World ; James Pitts, director of the State- 
wide Air Pollution Research Center at L'CR, on Ectilogs of 
our air. Top, Left to Right: Observatorv-; Sat. night: Center. 
Left to Right: Glen Hilts of the library with fnxik salesman; 
Groundbreaking for the new library was quite explosi\e . 
Left: New library (eventually). 



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ASLLU Officers 




Top to Bottom: Tom Knight, Social activities; 
Vemal Hansen Inside Dope. Right, Top to Bottom: 
Ahce Barber, Public Relations; Juli Ling, Criterion 
editor. Far Right: a skeleton (actually this should 
have gone in the biology department but we didn't 
have room.) 



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Top to Bottom: Mike Hull, President and Marcia Uhl; Fred 
Lowe, Christian Osllegiate League. Right, Top to Bottom: Bj. 

Christiansen Vice President; Larry Wertz, Treasurer; Susan 
Knight, secretary. 



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Administration 




Top to Bottom: Robert Hervig (right) and Robert Ford, campus busi- 
ness administrator and assistant; President David Bieber and Robert 
Radcliffe, vice president for financial affairs. 



Top to Bottom: David Bieber (seated), president and Tracy Teele, vice 
president for student affairs; Robert Cleveland, vice president for academic 
affairs and provost of La Sierra Campus. 




College of 

Arts and Sciences 



Left, Top to Bottom: Ralph Koorenny, dean of the 
College of Arts and Sciences Irene Ortner. chair- 
man secretarial and business education. Below, 
Top to Bottom: Richard Larson, chairman business 
and economics; student Ralph Korpman on the 
computer that's used for business, registration, 
classes etc. 




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Business and Economics 



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Music 




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Left, Tod to Bottotn: Perry Beach, chairman music; Donald Duncan, 
Assistant Professor of Music. Top to Bottom: Chamber singers; Band. 



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Top to Bottom: Bjom Keyn, associate professor of music; Donald Vaughn, assistant professor of music: 
Gladwyn hall during carol sing. 



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Physics 




Agriculture 



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Left, Top to Bottom: James Riggs, chairman physics, with paraffin moderated 
subcritical nuclear reactor; Laser beam; Cow (obviously). Top to Bottom: 
Lester Cushman, professor of physics, received 1971 faculty appreciation award 
for 41 years of teaching at La Sierra, also a student on the first day of classes 
when La Sierra opened; John Carr, chairman agriculture. 




Physical Education 



Far Left, Top to Bottom: William Napier, chairman phvsical 
education; Mary Byers, chairman consumer related sciences. 
Left, Top to Bottom: Basketball player:: College hall: CRS 
building; Sewing lab. 



Consumer Related Sciences 



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Right, Top to Bottom: Rosalyn Johnson, Meteor cover artist; 
sculpturer Ortlieb with face of Moses; Frederick Hoyt, chairman 
history and pwHtical science. Left, Top to Bottom: Herschel Hughes, 
chairman art; art department head. 



History and 
Political Science 




Industrial 
Education 



Sociology and 
Anthropology 




Psychology 



Left, Top to Bottom: Jake Walcker (right), chairman indus- 
trial education; John Ehck, chairman sociology and anthro- 
pology; Peter Strutz, chairman psychology. 



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Chemistry 



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Top to Bottom: Student chemist; Laurence Botimer, chair 
man chemistry; Ye old bottle shoppe. Right: Paul Enright 



Biology 




Left, Top to Bottom: Harold Milliken. associate 
chairman biology; Kathy Musich; Palmer Hall. 
Above Left: biology lab Above Right: Lovera 
Wolfe in embryology lab. Left: Cleanup axim 



Mathematics 



Religion 



Modern 
Languages 




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Top: Hilmer Besel, chairman mathematics. Center, Left to Right: Royal Sage, associate pro- 
fessor of Biblical studies, was named "Teacher of the Year" during Homecoming 71; Nerval 
Pease, chairman religion. Bottom: Margarete Hilts, chairman modem languages. 



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Speech 



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Top, Left to Right: Harold Wynne, Public information officer and 
associate professor of journalism, "stripping' the wire; Brian 
Jacques, chairman speech. Center, Left to Right: Charles Wear, 
first semester editor of the Criterion; Lee Mclntyre U«?ft^- general 
manager of the university broadcasting service, with Jerr% Keith, 
chief engineer. 



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Misc. . . 




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School of 
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Top to Bottom: Keuben Hilden chatting with \iktor C;hristenscn. chairman 
curriculum and instruction: George Simpson, chairman counselor education 

Right Top to Bottom: Willard Stoier. dean of the Sch(X)| of Education; ('.rant 
Macaiilrv. chairni.in .idtninistratiofi and supervision 

Opposite Page Top to Bottom: Ijnda Dopp. student teacher. Joan Hempel. 
student teacher. Charles Wemgartner. author of Teaching as a Suhver^ive 
Activity . speaking at an education «)nfercnce held on the La Sierra (jmpus 



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A school becomes one unit by 
a mysterious collection of people 
which come in all brands 
like the perfect happen-chance of 
the baubles a restless sea 
washes up on the shore; 

or by the delightful process 
of learning, where ideally each person 
keeps pursuing his mind out to its edges 
. . . and a little further; 

this random jumble of ideas 
begins to come together eventually 
ike the pebbles thrown into the pond. 
The cause water ripples to 
intersect in a tangle of ever more 
complex and widening rings. 



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" To the extent that our schools are 
instruments of such a democratic society, 
teachers must develop in the young not only an 
awareness of this freedom of speech and thought 
etc. but a will to exercise it, and the 
intellectual power and perspective to do so 
effectively." Weingartner and Postman 



School of Nursing 




Top I/-ft: \sMstant IVan of Nursing Hfrbort 
Walls. Top Right: \iaril\n (!hristian. dean of 
the School of NiirsinK. C-enter Ijcfi: 1971 gradu- 
atf^ of (he associate dcgrcf- nursing program; 
Bottom: Ruth Munroe. associate dean of the 
School of Nursing during pinning 



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University 
Extension 



Graduate 
School 




Top: Vemon Koenig, dean of Summer Sessions and 
University Extension; Center Left: plane used flight 
courses offered by Extension; Center Right: Paul 
Stauffer, dean of the Graduate School and acting chair- 
man of the English Department; Bottom: Margaret 
Palmer with graduate students Janet Moore (left) 
and Diane Kohler (right) and puppets of Romeo and 
Juhet. 



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The 

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Seniors 




Viclene Aladen 
Raymond Alexander 
Camille Allison 
Evelyn Arregui 



Albert Arteaga 
Cathy Babcock 
Lorene Bennett 
Jeff Blanche 



Damond Blankenship 
Bill Blevins 
Dave Bottroff 
Richard Bowers 



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Dave Saunders 



Richard Bowes 
Dede Bowyer 
Alice Boyles 



Kathleen Brown 
John Caldwell 
Mary Jane Campbell 



Shirley Dobroskay 




Victor Carcagno 
Katharine Ching 
Clayton Chow 




Kwan Chung 
Carol Collins 
George Colvin 









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charlotte Blankenship 



iLarldene Schwartz 






Keith Johnson 
Judy Jones 
Suzy Kaspereen 
Ronald Kendall 



Daniel Kim 
Michaol Kimball 
VinctMit Knoefler 
Tom Kiilm 
Fred Lambert 



Dennis Lee 
William Lee 
Daniel Leedham 
Sharman Lehnhoff 
Werner Lehmann 



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Kathy Underwood 



Roy Lokna 

Fred Lowe 

Gordon Martinborough 

Linda Mason 

Marjorie McCloud 



R.D, McElmurn 
Dennis McMulIen 
Maitlhoko Mooka 
Mike Moore 
Bemice Moshos 



Jerr\ Mosley 
Tom Mullen 
Kathnii Musich 
Ldwin Nehhlott 
Jorr> Nelson 



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Phyllis Woods 
John Villaneuva 




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Siegfried Neuendorff 
Eugenia Nitowski 
Katsuhiko Noguch 
Burt Norris 
Peggy Norris 





John Reisz 
Gale Ritz 
Linda Rumsey 
Anthony Russo 



Ron Ryerson 
Norma Sage 
Marta Salcedo 
Terrance Shaw 



Yasuo Shiba 
Steve Smith 
Elmer Stab 
Irena Stowbynenko 



Carl Swartz 
John Tompson 
Lowell Ticer 
Jo Nell Tillman 



Juli Ling 



Frederick Palaniuk 



Charlotte McClanahan 




Josephine Tiqui 
Omar Torfason 
Skuli Torfason 
Cliff Townsend 



Eric Traboulay 
Mark Turner 
Rick Twyman 
Beverly Vaughn 



Juan Velez 
Carolyn Volkoff 
Celia Waihee 
Gary Waldron 




Roberta Bainum 




Ken Frieson 








Dan Webb 
Charles Wear 
Loretta Wellman 




Layne Yonehiro 




Pat Christie 



Rebecca Sales 




Juh Abbott 





Gail Henderson 



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Ackermann, Jacqueline 
Adams, Marcia Jo 
Aldea, (Christina 
Anders, Robert 
Anderson, Darryl A. 
Arakawa, James 



Araujo, Elizabeth 
Bainer, Jim 
Baker, Fred 
Barton, Victor 
Bast, Christine 
Belhnghausen, Reagan 




Juniors 



Berdan, Ralph 
Berthelson, Nina 
Biggs, Jay 
Bingham, Joyce 
Bisseger, Rodger L. 
Bolstad, Paul 



Bottroff, Michael R. 
Bruce, Sandra 
Burke, Ruth 
Burkett, Cheryl 
Burns, Marty 
Castillo, Gloria 



(vhan, Peter 
Cheng, Jean 
Chir, Clinton 
Chiu, David 
Christiansen, Larry 
Christians, Bobbin 







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Cole, Craig 
Cole, Robert 
Cooke, Barbara 
Coon, Carol 
Counts, Wayne 
Daily, Ron 



Dantignac. John 
Davidson. Jerry 
Donaldson. Suzanne 
Duffy. Kathy 
Edwards. Randy 
Engbertson. Doris 



Etcheverry. Deanna 
Ferry, Dave 
Folkes. Dave 





Lacy, Judi 
Lam, Anne 
Larson, Linda 
Learned, Shenl 
LeBlanc, Chariene 
Lindholm. Qndy 



Luton. Steve 
McFeeters, James 
Mantz, Thomas 



Martinson. Tom 
Manier. Linton 
Meleshanko. Dallas 



Mizner. Glen C. 
Moore, Oregon. 
Moreno, Liz 



Meuret, Pat 
Mullen. Chris 
Nelson. Garrv 



Neufeld. Dennis 
Nightingale. C'yndee 
Nkwocha. Nih-I 
Orman. Rita 
Orser. Margie 
Orthmaii. Shari 



Osmunson. Bill 
Owen. Klite 
Palmer. Mel 
Patton. Bronda 
Payne, .\llan 
Petersen. Cinine 



Pierce, James 
Pierce, Jan 

Polk, Tom 
P(K)n, Timothy 
Potts, Mike 
Powell, Valerie 



Reisz, Brenda 
Reynolds, Colleen 



Richardson, Leon 
Riggs, Daniel 



Rittenhouse, Barbara 
Roberts, Steve 



Rueff, Peter 
Saria, Judy 
Scalzo, Elaine 
Schlotthauer, Roger 
Schwarz, Wendy 
Siebel, Gary 





Stomsvik, Judy 
SuJIy, Ronald 
Swanvjn, JuJie 
Tanner, Robert 
Tassel Nancy 
Thompson, Gary 



Thomsen, David A 
Timmerman. Ken 



Trubey. Karon 
Valentine. Phil 



\ illanueva. Jaime 
\\akefield. Ron 



W'allington. L\nn 
Willis, Preston 
\\ ilson. Garv 
Wilson, Glen 
Wood, Shirlev 
Voshitake, Mieko 



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Allen, Taine 
Allen, Thomas 
Anzai. Donna 
Appley, Ellen 
Arnold, Linda 
Artress, Frank 



Babcock, Robert 
Baker, Amelia 
Baker, Wrenda 
Banta, Jan 
Barros, Alexandra 
Besel, Sinka 




Sophomores 



Biggs, Debbie 
Blackmun, Sharon 
Blakely, Ana 
Blomberg, Susan 
Blount, Andy 
Bock, Kelly 



Bogle, J B. 
Boseant, Jeneine 
Brandon, Barry 
Brockett, Gail 
Brown, Gary 
Brown, Sandi 



Brown, Susie 
Bucalo, Cheryl 
Buford, Annette 
Bullock, Dan 
Camp, Daniel 
Carpenter, Yvonne 





Colin, Denise 
Cole, Clifford 
Clark, Pat 
Qlark, Bruce 
Christiansen, Connie 
Chevalier, Aubrey 



Chang, Ivan 
Chalker, Ron 
Cervantes, Yoianda 
Case, Chris 
Corson, Leroy 
Cotton, David B. 



Crane, Kathy 
Crumley, Kathy 
Cuff, Linda 
Datangel, Mildred 



Dean, Margaret 
Detwiler. Richard 
Divnick, Steve 
Dbcner, Karen 



Duerkson. Jack 
Dunlap, Don 
Edmondson, Joy 
Edwards. C.wen 
Evans. Jim 
E\ilsizer. William 



bemandez. Sandra 
Florez. \irginia 
Foster. Gordon 
Franco. Michaol 
Fredericks. Robt^rl 
Gamick, Richard 



Gar\ e> . Richard 
Caspar, Donna 
Gepford. Richard 
Gladko»-ski. Kathy 
Gomes. Steve 
Grable. Georee 



Haas, Gary 
Flaight, Kathleen 
Hardy. Pete 
Harper, I>arr\ 
Harrington, Barbara 
Harrison, Kenneth 



Hauser, Shelly 
Havens, Douglas 
Hawkins, Mark 
Henderson, Kenneth 
Henderson, Robert 
Herrera, Lilia 



Hesseltine, Cheryl 
Hicks, Calvin 
Hillock, Carolyn 
Hillock, Rita 
Hoatson, Tim 
Hokama, Carolyn 




Holcombe, Chris 
Hughes, Debby 
Humble, Judith 
Husk, Bill 
Ibarra, Susan 
Imai, Samuel 



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Krilev Donna 
Laffertv, Doug 
Lang, Ted 
Lund. Mark 



Mc Lennan. Doug 
McGilchrist. Charles 
Makovasy, Gloria 
Malcolm, Van 



Mamella. Steve 
Marsh. Tori 
Mason, Pam 
Meleshenko. Eugene 
Merriweather. Mike 
Mevers. Marlene 




Meyers. Russell 
Michaels. Jerr\ 
Midriff. Bob 
Miksak. .Angelina 
Miller. Wayne 
Monroe. Cliff 



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Porterfield, Judy 
Prehn, Ijnda 
Pryor, Barbara 
Purcell, Meredyth 
Rfddig, Randy 
Reeser, Branda 



Reinbold, Gary 
Reynolds. Byron 
Rice, Glenda 
Rieke, Lelene 
Rose, James 
Rutherford, Pat 



Saaty, Ruth 
Sadeghian, Rostam 



Said, Kathy 
Sauza, Ramon 



Schiller, Judy 
Schlund, Trinda 



Sensano, Priscilla 
Shorter, Carol 
Smith, Ken M 
Smith, Rosie 
Smith, Terry 
Snyder, Janet 



Soloniuk, (jytha 
Souza, Herbert 
Sox, Julie 
Spaulding, Carol 
Specht, Linda 
Stabb, Scott 





Stansbury, Susan 
Stickels, Nancene 
Strand. Judy 



SuJIivan. Celia 
Szuty, Timothy 
Tchiang, John 



Temphn. Pat 
Thomas. Janet 
Thompson. Wilham 
Ticich, Janice 
Tran. Patrick 
Turner. Nanc\ 



Van Sickle, Jim 
Wall. Janenne 
Wallace. Beverly 
Wareham. Kenny 
\Natson. Mark 
Welch, \ ida 



White. Larry 
U ieden. Carlene 
Wissner, Carla 
Woertz, Darrell 
Wolcott. James 
Wolf, Liivera 



\\onderl\. Richard 
\\oodard. Charles 



Yost, Laurel 
Ziprick. Bob 

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Aab, Gayle 
Aguirre. Klizabeth 
Allen, Janice 
Allred. (^indy 
Alway, Sharon 
Amendt, Wayne 



Anderson, Lynda 
Arai, Tadakaza 
Arden, Ingrid 
Atkinson, Pam 
Aucreman, Saranda 
Babcock, George 




Baker, Bart 
Baker, Byron 
Baker, Jacqueline 
Barbettini, Lydia 
Barnes, Karen 
Bartholomew, Jerry 



Batto, Terry 
Bautista, Daisy 
Beard, Nidra 
Behrens, Linda 
Bell, Alex 
Beltz, Jim 



Bentley, David 
Berge, Charles 
Berrett, Cynthia 
Bertheisen, Cheryl 
Billingy, Zelda 
Birch, Jennifer 



Fresh men 





Bischoff, Suzie 
Black, Helen 
Blackburn. Michelle 
Bialfx;k. Jim 
Blanton. Jim 
B'^ard. Isaiah Franc-is 
Affri\ie 



Bower, Janet 
Bowers, Cathy 
Bowes, IJz 
Bradburr\, Tim 
Brandt. Susan 
Brockmann, Joyce 



Brown. Dale 
Brown. Leonord 
Brown. Linda 
Brvan. Bicki 
Bunden. .Noriko 



Busby. Rhonda 
Bustler. Claudia 
Byrd. Lois 
Canson. E^rl 
Carpenter. Ken 





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Champaign, Linda 
Chavez, Steve 



Childs, Madeline 
Chinnock, Gerry 



Christensen, Joan 
Chucta, Gwen 
Clarke, John 
Cobb, Joyce 
Coffin, Steve 
Collette. Terry L. 



Collier, Candice 
Cotton, David K. 
Cox, Diane 
Crowe, Denise 
Dada, Daniel 
Daneshvar, Fred 



Dare, Karla 
Davidson, Carol 
Davies, Markwen 
Davis, Gary 
Dawson, Tina 
Dean, Carolyn 





Graham. Dan 
Greening, Jewell 
Greenwood. Richard 
Gribionkin. Tanya 
Grounds. Judi 
Hallmark. Mike 



Halstead, Judy 
Hamilton, Joanna 
Hamman, Joanne 
-Harbin, Kay 
Harriman, Heidi 
Harris, Suzanne 



Harwoood, Kim 
Hastings, Rhonda 
Head, Gayle 
Hempel, Judy 
Henderson, Beverly 
Henrichsen, Lynne 



Hensley, Dauna 
Hernandez, David 
Hinds, Jeffrey 



Hirschman, Michael 
Hodgens, Dave 
Hoffer, Tamara 



Hokama, Calvin 
Holderby, Anita 
Holderby, Michelle 



Holm, John 
Holub, Andrew 
Homer, Pam 
Hoof)er, Beth 
Homik, Ingrid 
Howard, Debbra 



Hoyt, Barbara 
Hua, Julia 
Hudson, Stan 
Huerta, Joey 
Hunter, Patricia 
Huston, Catherine 





Iverson, V'ema 
Jahng, Guen 
Janssen, Douglas 
Jewell, Kathy 
Joyce, Susan 
Kamilw. Eileen 



Kanazawa, Akiko 
Kawano, Seiko 
Kebbas. George 
Kelly. Debby 
Kim. Elsther 
Kim, Kuyi Vtjung 



Kim. Margaret 
Kim. Young 
Kimball, Karmon 



Kinder. Kathy 
Kinney. Holly 
Kloss, Iris 



Knight, Jane 
Knox. \Va\Tie 
Koichi, Chiba 



Kramar. Paul 
Kaxiskos, Karen 
Lacasse. Janie 
Langley, Kathy 
Larkin. Donna 
Lathrop, Cheryl 



Lee. Seung 
Leech. Debbie 
Letters. Jan 
1^X1. Ijnda 
Leong. Kim Fook 
Leulusso, .\nnalie 



Lewis, Phylis 
Ij, Fdmiind 
Likely, Katherine 
Llinas, Ron 
Logan, Silvia 
Lorenz, Cheryl 



Loreto, Alfredo 
Lund, Kris 
McGrew, David 
McGilchrist, Toni 
McConathy, Joe 
Macomber, Douglas 



Manley, Joy 
Mann, Julie 
Marin, Trudy 
Martinez, Chris 
Mason, Greg 
Matsumura, Gary 



Maxwell, Alice 
Mead, Cheryl 
Melashendko, Rudy 
Miller, Wendy 
Missamore, Paula 
Montgomery, Linda 



Moore, Nadine 
Moran, Arturo 
Moreno, Nancy 
Morford, Sherry 
Mosbeck, David 
Mosley, Steve 



Mueller, Alfred 
Musgrave, Carmen 
Myrick, Joan 
Neal, Warren 
Nebblett, Judi 
Neff, Bruce 



Nelson, Duane 
Nelson, Kathy 

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Nelson, Shirle> 
Neufeld, Don 
Nies, Connie 
Nitta, Joy 
Nixon, Margorie 
Noble, Cindy 



Okasaki, Donna 
Oiiveira. Sonia 



Ortner. Richard 
Papu, Va'ai 



Papu, Willie 
Parson, Elleanor 



Pavlich. Elsther 
Rena, Richard 



Petersen. Ubyd^'. 
Pilon. Vernon 
Price. Terry 
Puen. Mirian 
Pugh. Leontene 
Quiroz. Norbert 



Ramos. Evelyn 
Ramse>. Sara-jane 

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Randall, John 
Rt'dding, Jerre 
Reiakvam, Per 
Rfim, Coleen 
Reinhold. Melissa 
Reisch, Karen 



Rengifo, Juan 
Rice, Karen 
Rice, Marcia C. 
Riveira. Diane 
Rivera, Samuel 
Rodriguez, Nancy 




Silva, Dolores 
Slayback, Shelly 
Slusarenko, Debbie L 
Smith, Pamela 
Smith, Scott 
Sneed, Carol 




Temple. Robert 
Terrell. Cassandra 
Thompson. Bill 
Thomjjson. Garv 
Thompson. Robert 
Tobias. Dante 






Tixlom\ic. Mike 
Tolson. Car\ille 
Tompkins. Randv 
Townsend. Meiitril 
L'nseld. Denise 
L tt. Darrfll 




Wright, Julie 
Ximenez, Erick 



Yash, John 
Zapara, Shelly 



Zeller, Susan 
Zeller, Debra 



Ziprick, Jean 
Zumwalt, Roberta 






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